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RT @No1Cathedral: This 10th century #AngloSaxon Sundial was discovered in the Cathedral cloisters in 1938 #TBT. The timepiece is one of ma…
RT @AnnieWHistory: They could get divorced, they were literate, and they were powerful. One even got quite cross and razed a town to the gr…
RT @No1Cathedral: This 10th century #AngloSaxon Sundial was discovered in the Cathedral cloisters in 1938 #TBT. The timepiece is one of ma…
RT @No1Cathedral: This 10th century #AngloSaxon Sundial was discovered in the Cathedral cloisters in 1938 #TBT. The timepiece is one of ma…
RT @No1Cathedral: This 10th century #AngloSaxon Sundial was discovered in the Cathedral cloisters in 1938 #TBT. The timepiece is one of ma…
RT @AnnieWHistory: They could get divorced, they were literate, and they were powerful. One even got quite cross and razed a town to the gr…
RT @AnnieWHistory: They could get divorced, they were literate, and they were powerful. One even got quite cross and razed a town to the gr…
RT @No1Cathedral: This 10th century #AngloSaxon Sundial was discovered in the Cathedral cloisters in 1938 #TBT. The timepiece is one of ma…
RT @AnnieWHistory: Revisiting and researching St Dunstan ahead of a new fiction project. He features prominently in https://t.co/lCWGP4gF5F
RT @AnnieWHistory: They could get divorced, they were literate, and they were powerful. One even got quite cross and razed a town to the gr…
RT @AnnieWHistory: New on the blog - how to interpret those tricky #AngloSaxon names eg anything ending in 'frith' is male, and 'flaed' is…
RT @AnnieWHistory: The twisted gold cross from the Staffordshire Hoard. In https://t.co/B0CHXOBDEF its fate is explained, and King Penda ma…
RT @AnnieWHistory: Revisiting and researching St Dunstan ahead of a new fiction project. He features prominently in https://t.co/lCWGP4gF5F

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